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Getting support with your studies

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The Faculty Wellbeing and Welfare Advisors work with your faculty and central services to ensure that you have what you need to succeed while studying at King's. The team have designed an online Wellbeing Module to help you reflect on your wellbeing and learn about support services and resources available at King’s. You can also contact the team about your wellbeing needs by emailing studentwellbeingandwelfare@kcl.ac.uk.

King's Academy have created Academic Skills for Learning, an online resource providing you with a range of activities and services to help you succeed in your studies at King's. If you’re a new student, you can also take a look at the Starting your Studies at King’s resource, designed to prepare you effectively for academic study at university.

Your personal tutor will play a key role in helping you get the most out of your time at university, providing support for your academic progress and general wellbeing. Find out how to make the most of this relationship on Student Services Online. New students can also use the Starting your Studies Reflection Tool to discuss how you can get support and build your academic skills at personal tutor meetings.

If your studies have been affected by unforeseen circumstances, you may be able to apply for mitigating circumstances.